Director Foundry Account Management
Company: Intel GmbH
Location: Santa Clara
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Job ID: JR0157877 Job Category: Materials Primary Location: Santa
Clara, CA US Other Locations: US, Arizona, Phoenix;US, Oregon,
Hillsboro Job Type: Experienced Hire
Director Foundry Account Management
About the Business Group: The Global Supply Chain organization
contracts and sources tens of billions of dollars on behalf of
Intel Corporation. The scope of the organization covers a
wide-range of goods and services from direct materials and
equipment, to construction, software, consulting, health care
benefits, travel, logistics and so much more. The organizations key
goals are: 1) ensuring uninterrupted supply to our customers, 2)
delivering product and manufacturing affordability through the best
total cost and 3) enabling products and the supply ecosystem to
deliver non-linear value to the corporation
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the leadership team
that collaborates with the BUs and our Foundry supplier(s) to
deliver supply chain sourcing for Intel's External Manufacturing.
The group is responsible to manage the outsourcing of silicon
foundry, OSAT, boards, systems and components businesses. The group
partners with external ecosystem and internal divisions to develop
souring and supply chain solutions to enable Intel's products. This
position will report to VP of External Supplier Management in the
Global External Manufacturing group. This position is responsible
to manage foundry supply chain sourcing plan and supply chain
management to meet Intel's technology, product, and cost roadmap.
The responsibilities will include the following:
Sourcing strategy and execution: Proactively partner with business
units (BU) and BU Account Team to deliver external manufacturing
supply chain solutions aligned with multi-generational product
roadmaps. This includes identifying and shaping the sourcing
strategies, engaging in the supplier evaluation for new
opportunities, contracting the supply chain solutions, and
ultimately driving the supplier to deliver the product to meet/beat
the BUs requirements
Supply assurance: Proactively manage capacity and business
continuity for every product for the short term (quarterly) and
long range planning (LRP) horizon to ensure uninterrupted supply.
This includes balancing capacity, inventory, and supply chain
flexibility, including multi-geo sourcing to enable business
continuity (BCP). Negotiate and manage the capacity reservation at
supplier according to Intel's demand and flexibility requirements.
Manage alignment of demand forecast to expected delivery timeline
with timely communication and escalation.
Supplier Management: Build deep expertise in the BU supply chain
sources and business relationship with the supplier executives.
Deliver portfolio of options for BU sourcing needs to maximize
aggregated influence and supply chain health. Effectively influence
and manage Intel's supply chain deliverables through the supplier
executives. Orchestrating internal stakeholder alignment (executive
level and down) to ensure alignment between supplier strategic plan
and Intel's technology and affordability roadmap requirements. This
position requires extensive international and domestic travel
(approximately 25 percent).
Product differentiation: Deliver supplier lead differentiation by
identifying, contracting and managing the supplier to deliver
competitive advantage in partnership with the BUs and the
Operational management: Establish and conduct effective and
efficient business engagement model with the BUs to proactively
shape, communicate and execute deliverables. Develop effective
operations and indicators to track business deliverables and
metrics to ensure the organization is tracking to its goals.
Develop and deliver high level messaging and presentations for a
variety of forums and audiences including top Intel executives and
internal BU executive meetings. Drive supplier continuous
improvement plan in alignment with Best in class benchmarks.
Market Sensing: Ability to anticipate and plan for transformative
moves to drive growth stay apprised of the business environment,
industry and technology trends, and the competitive landscape.
Provide insight into implications for Intel's businesses and
recommend actions to proactively strengthen Intel's supply chain
strategies and supplier engagement model to strengthen business
Commercial negotiations and contracting: Assess new business
opportunities with the supplier based on Intel roadmap. Drive
commercial negotiation with supplier to ensure best sourcing for
Intel. Manage disciplined process of documenting contracts through
Intel business practices. Ownership of the contractual framework
with supplier and its compliance to Intel's legal and business
requirements (including IP protection). Meet regulatory requirement
through contracting and through management oversight (example
export license for engineering and production).
Develop deep Supplier knowledge: Know the supplier, their culture,
vision/mission, market positioning, financial positioning, R&D
trend and technology roadmap synergies, executive body strength and
expertise, maintain solid relationship with C-level executives and
two levels down (including BU General Managers), structural cost
understanding, manufacturing operations and supply chain
understanding internal dynamics (example business processes,
decision forums, approvals). Having a pulse on the supplier
performance at Intel and knowing when to personally engage, and
whom to engage at the supplier, to deliver results.
Leadership: Proven leadership capabilities in a multi-cultural and
cross-functional team environment. Coach and grow Intel's account
team resources. Set the vision and direction for all of the
commodity managers and technical program managers on the account
team. Be able to influence across organizations.
Situational Leadership: Should be able to handle tough challenges
while internally or externally engaging executives or key
Agility: Should be able to adapt and swiftly respond to changes in
the business environment. Assertive and self-driven, with good
interpersonal communication, analytical, problem solving and
decision-making skills. Independent and highly self-motivated.
Business Acumen: Ability to comprehend the competitive supply
landscape, technical integration trends, strategic threats and
opportunities for the supplier and how the supplier can compete in
and benefit from key business and growth segments. Semiconductor
Industry Knowledge: Grasp of the competitive supply landscape,
technical integration trends, strategic threats and opportunities
for the supplier and the segments in which they compete. Foundry
supplier knowledge and experience in business aspects (SWOT,
culture, vision/mission, financial positioning, market position,
technology roadmap, executive body strength and expertise,
Advanced contracting: Extensive experience in contracting,
collaboration/investments, and acquisitions will be preferred.
Degree in Engineering, with business acumen/experience, MBA
10+ years of Supplier account management experience.
5+ years in working in fabless environment, with external
manufacturing or foundry suppliers.
Inside this Business Group
As the world's largest chip manufacturer, Intel strives to make
every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state-of-the-art -- from
semiconductor process development and manufacturing, through yield
improvement to packaging, final test and optimization, and world
class Supply Chain and facilities support. Employees in the
Technology and Manufacturing Group are part of a worldwide network
of design, development, manufacturing, and assembly/test
facilities, all focused on utilizing the power of Moores Law to
bring smart, connected devices to every person on Earth
US, Arizona, Phoenix;US, Oregon, Hillsboro
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex,
national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability,
medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran
status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression,
gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic
protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance.
Position of Trust
This role is a Position of Trust. Should you accept this position,
you must consent to and pass an extended Background Investigation,
which includes (subject to country law), extended education, SEC
sanctions, and additional criminal and civil checks. For internals,
this investigation may or may not be completed prior to starting
the position. For additional questions, please contact your
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